At the Centre for Shamanism we use ancient Shamanic Techniques coupled with Modern Wisdom to help you to find your path to a life of Authenticity, Connection and Joy.

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With this podcast my mission is to help you to overcome the challenges and blocks that you face when it comes to spiritual growth. It is my true knowing that the ancient practice of Shamanism, coupled with modern wisdom will fast track you to becoming the powerful, aligned spiritual powerhouse that you were meant to be.

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Introducing The Centre for Shamanism's Online Learning Community.

We’re so excited to announce that the new Centre for Shamanism Online Learning Community is now online. 

Our aim is to create a global community where we can come together in a space of loving non-judgement and compassion and help each other to learn, to grow and to let the magic flow


Rhonda McCrimmon
Founder & CEO

Descended from a line of powerful female healers, Rhonda’s healing work combines shamanism and nature with deep sensitivity and compassion. Her natural awareness and connection with non-ordinary realities enable her to easily access and traverse the shamanic realms, and, with the help of her spiritual allies, provide transformational healing to her clients. Rhonda’s healing practice blends shamanic healing with a deeper understanding of the realities of modern living.

Although born to do healing work, Rhonda came to Shamanism from a different path. Working as a Business Manager, Consultant and Accountant for 13 years across various sectors, Rhonda’s understanding of our challenges in this fast-paced world are many and varied. Rhonda brings heart and soul back into our lives with her deeply authentic connection to the unseen realms and her holding of the larger societal issues we all face.

Rhonda completed a 3-year training with the Centre for Creative Vision in Scotland graduating in 2016. She owns and runs a successful private practise in Airlie, Scotland.